Dynam Messerschmitt BF110 - PNP
Another unique design by Dynam in their warbird series. The BF-110 looks as flys as good as it looks. Made from damage resistant EPO foam, this is another winner by Dynam. Each model comes with Flaps, Retracts, 2 ESCs, 2 Motors, and all the required servos. (Flaps will require a servo reverser either external or on the Transmitter) The build is very straight forward with no surprises except the lack of required wok. The twin motors will provide more than enough power and most of the flight can be flown at 50% throttle. The Grayson Gold 2600 14.8v balances the plane perfect and will provide over minutes of flight time (moderate flying).
Like all Dynam planes, be sure to calibrate the throttle and check the settings for both motors since this is a twin.
- 6 Servos - Flaps factory installed (requires a servo reverser to use the flap servos)
- Factory installed retracts with spring loaded retract door
- Dual powerful dectrum motors installed
- Spring loaded retract doors
- Twin Engine Design
- Durable and lightweight EPO construction with many surface details
|Servos||6 servos installed (6 x 9g)|
|Battery||2200 14.8v 20C 11.1v (not included) GH recommends 2600 14.8v 30C (Fits and balances perfect with this battery)|
|Motor Size||2 x BM 3512-850kv(installed)|
|ESC Size||2 x Dectrum 40Amp (included)|
|Prop Size||2 x (10 x 7 x 3)(included)|
|Radio||6+ + Channel (not included)|
|Receiver||+6 Channel (not included) Aileron, Elevator, Rudder, Throttle, Flaps, Landing Gear|
|Weight||67 oz (1900 g) w/Battery|
|Flying Time||5-8 Minutes with the Grayson Gold 260mAh 11.1v 30C or longer|
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- Hello there Grayson Hobby - love my BF110 Review by Reese
Reese. (Posted on 6/22/2016)
- Review by Will Gaskill
At first; assembly is substantially difficult and frustrating. Limited space for the wires to lie in the fuse correctly and still mount the wing. Be prepared for many dry runs to see how to fit esc, rx and all wires into slots. and still allow for wing to fit snugly without pinching or crimping anything. GOOD LUCK!
Second; I didn't experience the hard right turn upon take off that many forum-writers experienced. I ran it up slow and nailed some scale take-offs and also had to nail the throttle because of a weathervaning foamy heading for the bushes- never any adverse yaw, but I did program my ESCs first according to the manual, which I believe advises the low setting. However, I do get very touchy rudder issues, and sometimes the rudder likes to stick in an extreme position, which makes recovering low-alt manuvers a heart-attack experience, occasionally. The pushrods connecting both rudders to the central-located servo are in a weird place and can lend for issues if maintenance or servo-replacement becomes an issue.
Almost immediately, I started getting retract issues, which I was warned against by my local shop. "Dynam retracts tend to fail after a number of uses", they said. "Regret it, you may", they said. Well I had to initially remove one of the gear doors because it was placing too much pressure on the closed retract, preventing a full open. Luckily I recognized this pre-flight and removed that door before heading to the field, even. Eventually, both retract completely failed. On a dry run, they might actually feel like extending, but most times, they seize in the 3/4 deployed position, which is asking for the supporting plastic and foam to snap right off.
At first sign of this retract issue, I called and emailed Grayson's store to see about a warranty or whatever policy they might have in place. I didn't really expect much in the way of a replacement- I had already flown it a couple times and scuffed 'er up good. However, I was expecting SOME sort of customer service. NOTHING! Both the call/message left and the email I sent through the website have gone un-returned, some 3 months later. Anyways, I have even ordered other items (batteries and wires) since then, and that order was fulfilled fine, but no return call.
I am limited to two purchases from this company so far, so I can't say for certain this is/isn't how they treat their customers. However, it happened to me and it could happen to you.
As far as the model goes, it is priced well, has some neat features and great scale-detail and any intermediate flyer will have a great time with this very-able scale flyer. (Posted on 7/1/2015)